Sharon Osbourne Released From Hospital After Medical Emergency on TV Set

Sharon Osbourne at the CBS Daytime Emmy After Party, Pasadena Conference Center, Pasadena, CA 04-30-17 — Photo by s_bukley/Deposit Photos

Sharon Osbourne has returned home from the hospital after suffering an undisclosed medical emergency while filming an episode of her son Jack’s TV show, Jack Osbourne’s Night of Terror: UFOs.

Jack posted a statement on his Instagram Story Saturday night saying his mom’s health had improved enough for her to be released.

“She has been given the all clear from her medical team and is now home,” he wrote. “As to what happened to my mum — I’m gonna leave it to her to share about when she is ready.”

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Osbourne Statement

As previously reported, Sharon Osbourne was rushed to a hospital in Santa Paula, Calif., northwest of Los Angeles, after falling ill during a television shoot.

Captain Brian McGrath of the Ventura County Fire Department told Urban Hollywood 411 that an EMS crew responded to the Glen Tavern Inn at 6:30 p.m. Friday, and a patient was taken to Santa Paula Hospital. McGrath described the call as “medical in nature.”

The hotel is a popular location for filming.

Sharon Osbourne, a British-American TV personality, previously served as a panelist on CBS daytime show, The Talk. She exited the series in March 2021.

From 2002 to 2005, she appeared on MTV’s The Osbournes, a reality show that followed her family’s daily life. She later became a judge on the X Factor and America’s Got Talent.

It’s unclear how many episodes she will be featured on Night of Terror. In addition to Jack Osbourne, the show stars his friends Jamie Kennedy and Jason Mewes as they search for answers about UFOs. The Discovery+ series brings viewers first-hand accounts of people who say they’ve seen UFOs.